I am having the same problem with my 1991 GMC Sonoma. These latches are notorious for sticking. Let me explain how I got the driver door open on mine. All of my connecting rods are broken, so I didnt have to remove them.
1. Remove door panel. 2 screws on the arm rest and then just carefully remove the clips holding the panel on. 2. Remove all rods remembering their orientation. 3. You need to remove the window glass to gain total access to the latch mechanism. There are only two bolts that hold this in. 4. Spray on some lubricant all over the latch. Coat it really well. Let this sit for a few hours. 5. Take the longest flathead screwdriver you can, and carefully locate the latch itself. Gently pry the one open that connects to the door handle. If this didnt work, try and find the part that actually locks onto the striker bolt. That is the culprit. 6. IF this works, reassemble everything in the reverse order.
If you do get this open, lubricate that latch really well once again and clean any gunk off of it to prevent future jams.
With that being said, this did not work on my Sonoma's passenger side door as of yet. But hopefully someone else can chime in to help with this annoying problem.
I have a 96 Chevy Blazer S-10 and the latch to open the window in the back hatch will not work. How do I replace the motor?? or whatever to repair?
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If it is cracked, don't repair it, replace it.
You cannot repair the water pump. It needs to be replaced.
get a chiltons repair manual at the library for your year chevy.
Yes, the repair procedure for power windows on Chevy pickups from 1995 to 2001 is the same.
you can not turn off the governor you can have a new computer chip installed in the ecm and the truck will go alittle faster
the chevy has less problems everything on the chevy has been tested for years
Start by checking the fuses.
It was Chevy Chase, whose signature opening line was: "Good evening. I'm Chevy Chase, and you're not!"
You can't repair an o2 sensor,You'll half to replace it
it has probably just went out turbos are pretty simply and dont have a sensor or anything to engage an disengage it
I need to where the transmission fill is located on my 1993 chevy caprice classic.
A auto body repair shop with a frame machine can repair the frame.
You will probably want a Hayne's repair manual. You can find these on eBay, or usually at Canadian Tire.
You do not repair a head gasket you replace it with a new gasket which requires removing the head.
If you are getting a code 38 on a 1992 Chevy van, it means that the brake switch is stuck in stop mode. This will also cause your cruise control to not disengage when you press your brake pedal.